Mark Haney wrote:
> Karl Larsen wrote:
>> Michael Schwendt wrote:
>>> On 22/01/2008, Karl Larsen <k5di zianet com
>>> I am getting two copies of all messages to the Fedora list. This is
>>> the only list so effected.
>> I did some simple looking at the Thunderbird mail client and I
>> have discovered how to do exactly what is being done to me. And it is
>> dirt simple and all you need is the email address of the victom and
>> the email address of the list. I have both for most people on this
>> list. In theory I can do the same for all of you.
> Sure, it's easy. Sure YOU can do it. But I think you're missing the
> issue here. Anyone with brains can pull this off, but /is anyone
> really doing this/? I know you've been looking at the problem, but
> try looking at the big picture. Is anyone really doing this? Or are
> you blowing this completely out of proportion?
> Unless I see honest proof (logs, etc would be very informative) that
> this is truly the case, I think this thread needs to simply go away.
> Please, feel free to do this to me if you wish. I can (and probably
> SHOULD after this) filter every single email you post to this list.
> We don't mind helping you, but there are rules in this list.
> Unwritten and unspoken, sure, but they are still rules. A lot of
> people here are becoming quite unhappy with the fact that you don't
> seem to be learning those rules very well, or at all, depending on who
> you talk to.
> This is a community, and not everyone gets along with everyone else.
> People rub each other the wrong way. It's the nature of things. But
> when protocol is followed, a good portion of that can be ameliorated.
> Repeated threats like this isn't going to make you any friends and
> even more, make it very unlikely that you'll get any help at all.
> I truly doubt someone on this list has the time (or the immaturity) to
> setup something like you describe. But maybe I'm wrong. Without
> evidence of this, I'm not buying.
> * Besides, here in the US yesterday was Martin Luther King day, and in
> the words of a another King (uh, Rodney), "can't we all just get along?"